Booklet 'Stole Yamuna'
Our challenge when we started this project was to embroider the Yamuna river banks, where stands the Taj Mahal. A kind of imaginary garden inspired by decorative patterns of the mausoleum reflecting in the river. We now wish to share with you this wonderful moment of creation, for travelling together towards mysterious India.
16 other tutorials in the same collection:
A ready-to-print file "Créa'doc", to download, in a Pdf format, of 19 pages, including a detailed listing of materials needed, step-by-step explanations (pattern tracing, embroidery work, finishing) with texts, graphical explanations (drawings with captions), a template at real size for the different parts, with mounting instructions. Many pictures of illustration and details.
Two available formats for printing: French text in A4 format (21 x 29.7 cm) for most of printers; French text in Letter format (8,5' x 11' - 21.59 x 27.94 cm) for North America. Choose above the right version matching your printer settings, to not distort the template provided!
Stitches and techniques used: all stitches and techniques used for this creation are available for free at the "stitches and techniques" section.
- Number of pages: 19
- Language: French
- Available formats: A4 (21 x 29,7 cm) for most of printers; Letter (21,59 x 27,94 cm) for Canada and USA